Sunday November 8th at 2 p.m., we would like to share a recording of a special talk, which was hosted through Zoom recently, where a few participants of the The Wildflower discuss their own work process, the exhibition itself and the ideas that came into blossom there.
The participants of the talk are Nína Óskarsdóttir, Justine McGrath, Eggert Pétursson and Thomas Pausz, as well as the curators Becky Forsythe and Penelope Smart, leading the discussion. The artists who also participate in the exhibition are Arna Óttarsdóttir, Asinnajaq, Emily Critch, Jón Gunnar Árnason, Katrina Jane, Leisure and Rúna Þorkelsdóttir. The exhibition opened earlier this autumn, but the museum has been closed to guests for the past weeks due to current restrictions on gatherings.
Sunday was scheduled to be the last day to see The Wildflower and we will unfortunately not be able to welcome visitors to the exhibition again, but we hope that the ideas may carried further, like seeds in the wind, possibly even taking roots in unexpected places in the future.
The talk, which is in English, will be available for viewing through the player below.